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WORCESTER ART MUSEUM 



MARCH 26 - APRIL 9 



1939 



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Ann Wolfe was born in Poland in 1905. Five 
years later she came to this country and until 
last Fall had lived in New York. At that time 
she moved to Worcester with her husband, 

Dr. Mark Graubard, who is research associate 
in biology at Clark University. From 1931 to 
1933, and again in 1936, she studied in Paris, 
working with Despiau. Her work has been 
exhibited in New York and Paris. She was 
awarded an honorable mention for one of her 
sculptures in the exhibition of the Allied 
Artists of America in 1936. Aside from the 
work shown here, Miss Wolfe has recently 
completed a series of anatomical models in 
colored wax illustrating the researches of Dr. 
Gregory Pincus of the Clark University Bio- 
logical Laboratories. These are now on exhi- 
bition at the Golden Gate Exposition in San 
Francisco. Miss Wolfe's work is represented 
in several private collections. 



CATALOGUE 



1. Mother and Son 

2. Factory 

3. Maureen 

4. In Memoriam 

5. Prayer (illustrated on cover) 

6. Seated Woman 

7. Swiss Peasant Woman 

8. Kimi 

9. Head of Professor Hudson Hoaglund 

Lent by Professor Hudson Hoaglund 

10. Negro Mask 

11. Head of Professor Lancelot Hogben 

12. Eula 

13. Head of J. Opatoshu 

14. Marthe 

15. Negro Girl 



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